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Company Profile APLO

Business Description

Apollo Bancorp Inc operates as a holding company. The company and its subsidiary derive substantially all their income from banking and bank-related services, which include interest earnings on residential real estate, commercial mortgage, commercial, and consumer loan financing as well as interest-earning investment securities and a variety of deposit and fiduciary services to its customers through seven locations.

Contact
201 North Warren Avenue, P.O. Box 247
Apollo, PA, 15613
Industry Banks - Regional
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FAQs for Apollo Bancorp Inc Stock

Yes. APLO has a forward dividend yield of 4.94%. See APLO’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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APLO’s market cap is 22.74 Mil.
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APLO’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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